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Stolon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Stolons may or may not have long internodes. The leaves along the stolon are usually very small, but in a few cases such as Stachys sylvatica are normal in size.

stolon | plant | Britannica.com

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The vegetative, or somatic, organs of plants may, in their entirety, be modified to serve as organs of reproduction. In this category belong such flowering-plant ...

What is a Stolon? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK

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A stolon is a specialized type of plant stem that plants use to propagate themselves. Stolons can bud to make clones of the parent...

Stolon - definition of stolon by The Free Dictionary

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sto·lon (stō′lŏn′, -lən) n. 1. Botany A long thin stem that usually grows horizontally along the ground and produces roots and shoots at widely spaced nodes ...

Stolon | Definition of Stolon by Merriam-Webster

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New Latin stolon-, stolo, from Latin, branch, sucker; akin to Old English stela stalk, Armenian stełn branch. First Known Use: 1601

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In Clytia the polyps arise singly from the stolon, and the medusa is known as Phialidium (fig. 59).

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STOLON. A stolon is a specialized type of horizontal above-ground shoot, a colonizing organ that arises from an axillary bud near the base of the plant.

Grass Stolons - What They Are, Why They're a Problem

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What does "grass stolons" mean? The definition may seem academic until you experience a problem with their aggressiveness, at which point it becomes practical!

stolon | biology | Britannica.com

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Stolon, in biology, a special slender horizontal branch serving to propagate the organism. In botany a stolon—also called a runner—is a slender stem that grows ...

Stolon - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Stolon is a term used often in botany. It describes a horizontal stem running across or just under the ground. A runner is a stolon which runs on the ground; a ...